Person 2: I'm going to go visit my relatives in El Salvador.
2.THE BIGGEST ALLIED OF THE USA IN LATIN AMERICA
they even send troops to irak
3.A country people are very friendly, hard working and good for business
a country that is hated by other latin countries especially Mexico , Honduras and Guatemala , mostly due to envy because althoug its small it faster developtment and healthier economy ,has biggers ties with th US a . Pure capitalism and they earn dollars not Pesos.kick ass airport freeways and malls. has the biggest Gold reserves in the region.
30% of the population is of jewish decent not religion and many of the population have good thoughts of america.
4. The posible 52 state of the union , becuase of the high american support , the goverment whants everybody talking english by 2010 .and you see many american flags in cars buses, homes and busineses of non americans .
5.A great country to visit , with kick ass food and beaches one of the 10 best countries for surf.
6.a future developed country , where they are changin agriculture for industry and are building great freeways , schools and colleges for a bright future .
7.One of the few capitalist countries in Latin america 8.future manufaturer of BMW motorcycles for work (acording to an argentinian channel.
i went to salvador , great beaches , food roads ,hotels and great tropical wheather.
Hey dude look at all those american flags in the cars , where are we Cali. ? No dude its El Salvador
Hey how much for the hamac mam? its 2 dollars senor
Cool i love this place
El Salvador is a country that has suffered much war and conflict, and is currently enjoying somewhat of a stable political situation. Tourism is becoming more abundant, regardless of the gang situation. The notorious Mara Salvatrucha, which has its orgins in the refugees and victims of the war, often leads to many negative misconceptions about the country.
El Salvador is a Latin American country, along with Mexico. Those who are showing discrimination towards either country obviously does not really know what it means to be Latino. While each country has its distict history, culture, and dialect and must be respected taking that into consideration, there is a common thread that binds them together.
In El Salvador, they do not speak or write LiKe DiS, unless they have been deported.(1)
The correct name for someone from El Salvador is Salvadoran, not Salvadorian or Salvadorean, though those terms are commonly used.
(1) A friend of mine in El Salvador was laughing about her co-workers who are deportees from the US. They came to El Salvador acting hardcore, but the country just laughs at their Timbs and bad English.
I am 100% Salvadoran. My boyfriend is Mexican and we joke about our differences but have a mutual respect. I went graduated from High School in El Salvador, I'm in college, have huge aspirations and strong, beloved connections with El Salvador. How you doin'?
"I'm from El Salvador."
"Wow, why do you speak English so well?"
"Because I'm not the ghetto Salvadoran people expect me to be."